At Emerge Recovery TX, we believe our clients are women having individualized treatment experiences. It is our responsibility to facilitate healing through innovative therapeutic techniques.
Trauma, mental health, and addiction intersect in insidious and subtle ways which affect three key areas– mind, body, and spirit. The curriculum at Emerge Recovery TX is designed to address these areas and supports an integrated approach to women’s recovery.
At Emerge Recovery TX, we offer a wide range of therapeutic treatments to support you in shifting your thinking, identifying coping strategies, and building life skills to achieve comprehensive, long-term recovery.
- Trauma-focused group curriculum
- Discussions are driven by the counselor, therapist, or clinician to address each client’s specific needs.
- Curriculum derived from evidence-based treatment methods
- Lecture, question and answer, and general sharing formats
- May include handouts and writing assignments
- Conducted in-person and one-on-one with a client, counselor, therapist, or clinician.
- Designed to facilitate accomplishing treatment goals and target objectives identified in each client’s treatment plan.
- Client and Therapist will outline specific goals and work toward accomplishing goals
- Helps clients recognize and address negative thought patterns prevalent in recovery, leading to self-empowerment through introspection and self-discovery.
- Assists clients in identifying problems, generating solutions, evaluating strengths and weaknesses, and implementing strategies.
- Enables the practice of alternative thinking, regulation of distressing emotions, and reduction of harmful behaviors.
- Focuses on teaching mindfulness and emotional regulation strategies to address unhelpful behaviors and thoughts.
- By practicing accepting negative thoughts and behavior, clients can cultivate mindfulness and stay present while acquiring skills to cope with stress and distress effectively.
- Helps clients challenge unhelpful thoughts and behaviors, developing personalized tools for a sober and healthy life.
- Recognize the widespread impact of trauma and understand how it can affect individuals physically, psychologically, and emotionally.
- Build trust, collaboration, and empowerment, aiming to minimize retraumatization.
- Foster self-esteem, self-efficacy, and overall well-being by offering appropriate interventions and resources.
- Integrates the principles and practices of 12-Step fellowships, building upon the foundations delivered during the treatment program.
- Develop and build a person’s recovery capital, which includes internal and external resources that assist in navigating daily life and contribute to long-term recovery and improved quality of life.
- Sessions allow for the involvement of important individuals in the client’s life, such as a spouse, significant other, parent, sibling, and others.
- With the client’s permission, these sessions can take place in person or through online or telephone sessions, utilizing HIPAA-compliant technology.
- The flexibility of session formats aims to ensure that support and participation can be provided to clients in a variety of ways, accommodating their specific needs and preferences.
- Immerses participants in the 12-Step process, deploying 12-step tools and providing an in-depth explanation of its history, purpose, and results.
- The clinical team actively works with individuals in the 12-step process, reinforcing both clinical and 12-step perspectives to support recovery.
- Continuing care team engages in recovery planning, exploring appropriate and appealing recovery support options tailored to each client’s needs and preferences.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
- ACT builds upon CBT, employing acceptance and mindful strategies to address negative thoughts and behaviors.
- Encourages individuals to acknowledge and connect with undesirable emotions rather than disapproving or suppressing them.
- Helps individuals identify and adopt values, practice mindfulness, and make a commitment to change. It emphasizes that acceptance precedes behavior change.
- Designed to address trauma’s impact on mental and physical health, which leads to muscle tension and a constant high-alert state.
- Helps individuals become more aware of their bodies and the physical manifestations of emotional activation.
- Conducted by a licensed yoga therapist, it provides a supportive and guided environment for individuals to engage in healing practices.
Internal Family Systems Therapy
- IFS is an evidence-based psychotherapy approach that views the “Self” as consisting of multiple sub-personalities that are often in conflict with each other.
- Focuses on healing the wounded parts, restoring mental balance, and creating harmony among the sub-personalities and the core “Self.”
- IFS is conducted by licensed professional therapists or their equivalent and conducted in individual and group settings.
- EMDR is designed to alleviate the distress associated with traumatic memories or adverse life experiences. It aims to facilitate the client’s access to and processing of traumatic memories, leading to adaptive resolutions.
- It helps clients reduce physiological arousal, reformulate negative beliefs, and alleviate distress by forging new associations between traumatic memories and more adaptive memories or information.
- Used to treat trauma and stressor-related disorders like PTSD by modifying trauma-related stress responses by focusing on internal sensations rather than cognitive or emotional experiences.
- It aims to identify and release trauma that is held within the body, leading to emotional dysregulation.
- By separating physical trauma from mental trauma and addressing the somatic aspect of trauma, Somatic Experiencing reduces the severity of trauma responses.
- Attachment-based therapy focuses on addressing thoughts, feelings, communications, behaviors, and interpersonal exchanges shaped by early attachment experiences.
- It targets patterns of suppression, avoidance, amplification, or overemphasis learned from these experiences.
- ABT aims to treat trauma and mental health conditions by establishing secure and nurturing relationships. It focuses on developing relational trust and providing a supportive environment for healing.
- Narrative therapy helps individuals identify their values and associated skills. It encourages them to become experts in their own lives by developing their narratives or stories.
- It allows clients to detach from shame, create new values, and gain knowledge of their ability to live these values.
- Narrative therapy provides a supportive environment for clients to utilize their newfound knowledge and skills.
- The frequency of testing is determined by various factors, including the client’s program status, drug use pattern, relapse history, legal requirements, and other variables.
- The purpose of random testing is to ensure ongoing abstinence and provide a system of accountability for clients. It helps track their progress and adherence to the program’s goals and requirements.
Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Treatment at Emerge Recovery
At Emerge Recovery TX, we can support you in recovering from substance use disorder (SUD) and co-occurring mental health disorders. Through our aftercare services, we can help you learn to change the thinking and behavior patterns that have contributed to your SUD.
Mental Health Disorders
Some of the mental health disorders we treat include:
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Borderline personality disorder (BPD)
- Histrionic personality disorder (HPD)
- Bipolar disorder
- Schizoaffective disorder
- Major depressive disorder (MDD)
- Dysthymic disorder or persistent depressive disorder (PDD)
- Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
- Attention deficit disorder (ADD)
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)
- Social anxiety disorder (SAD)
Holistic and Speciality Treatments
We can support you on your recovery journey with a wide range of treatment and holistic modalities that make sense for you and your specific needs.
SUDs Treated at Emerge Recovery TX
Some of the SUDs we treat include:
Contact us to learn more about Emerge Recovery TX and the disorders we treat.